86 students, 28 employer representatives, 12 faculty…
The Alumni Center was alive with eager, excited students networking with an eclectic group of local businesses, including museums, police departments, media firms and community-based organizations.
“It’s great that my university cares about my career, not just my education,” said one graduate student.
The center buzzed with energy thanks to the creative efforts of the Humanities and Career Development.
“The inaugural Humanities Networking night was a wonderful event,” said Employer Relations Coordinator Bethany Ferrall. “Events like this are one of the best ways to learn about career opportunities and develop your professional network.”